Burgtec Penthouse MK4 pedal review

Burgtec Penthouse MK4 pedal review

Burgtec aims its components squarely at DH riders, but much of it works well for aggro trail use too — like these Penthouse pedals. Best mountain bike pedals — 8 we rate How to get pinned on flat pedals Burly aluminum bodies sit on steel axles and weigh in at 452g per pair. Lighter, titanium axled versions are also available for an extra 50 quid and are 70g more svelte than the pedals tested here. The Penthouses have mid-sized platforms at 97x100mm so there was virtually no exposed pedal beneath my size 9 shoes. At 16mm deep, the pedals are reasonable thin, though the leading edges are stepped rather than chamfered and strikes have dinged them up a fair bit during testing. The 452g Penthouse MK4 pedals feel reassuringly stiff and provide a super solid platform underfoot. A short axle means they sit very close to the cranks and while ...

Read on Bike Radar


More Like This

Card image cap

Eurobike 2019 gallery, part six: Supacaz shoes, Thomson Ti, Selle Italia and more

View
Card image cap

Shimano PD-A600 pedal review: Single-sided gravel goodness

View
Card image cap

Shimano releases indoor-specific cycling shoes

View
Card image cap

ION Rascal shoes review

View
Card image cap

Funn Ripper clipless pedals review

View
Card image cap

Best mountain bike shoes 2019 | 13 tried and tested recommendations

View
Card image cap

Giant Surge Pro road cycling shoe review: Kicks with a twist

View
Card image cap

Favero Assioma Duo power pedals review

View
Card image cap

Specialized S-Works Exos road shoe review: Ultralight, but not for everyone

View
Card image cap

Time Cyclo gravel pedal: Road performance meets mountain function

View